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Aspyr announce `NightFire` for Mac goes into Beta, release date slips again

23-Apr-2004 • Gaming

The porting project seems to be taking longer than it did to create the original game, but Aspyr have almost completed moving "NightFire" to the Mac.

Today Aspyr announced the game that was originally released for PC, PS2, Xbox and GameCube back in November 2002, has gone into "Beta" for the Apple Mac.

The game was originally planned for release in October 2003, and slipped until January 2004 when "Alpha" status was announced back in November last year. The release date has now moved to May 2004.

Click here for NightFire coverage on MI6.


The ultimate secret agent is back in his most dangerous adventure yet in James Bond 007: NightFire. Featuring Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, players operate in the snow capped Austrian Alps and outer space as well as underwater in the depths of the South Pacific to defeat the evil criminal mastermind Rafael Drake who is secretly bent on world domination. NightFire™ features an original single player storyline borrowing from the 007 legacy that spans 40 years. All this plus glamorous (and sometimes deadly) Bond women, and new state-of-the-art gadgets and weapons will leave you shaken…and stirred.


- Online Battles with up to 32 people and challenging Al enemies in more than 15 exotic locations deliver the most challenging muliplayer action ever.

- 9 Action-packed, single player missions, filled with beautiful women and treacherous enemies, demand your immediate attention and utmost skill.

- Special gadgets including Q-specs for infrared, night, and x-ray visibility,the Phoenix suitcase turret gun, and the Laser watch.

Thanks to `Andy` for the alert.

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